Henry Jani

Radio City Rockettes set sail in Boston this weekend

Eye-high kicking their way from Radio City Hall, the Rockettes are heading to Boston on June 17 to perform at Sail Boston alongside the United Service Organizations. This performance will mark 70 years of collaboration between the two groups, with the Rockettes’ entertaining military...

Thursday, June 15, 2017, 1:09 PM

Gyro up for fast Middle Eastern food in Boston

Middle Eastern-inspired fast food is coming to Boston this July as the New York-based The Halal Guys will open their first Massachusetts location in the Back Bay’s Theater District. “The company started in 1990 as a food cart run by three Egyptian immigrants,” says franchisee...

Wednesday, June 14, 2017, 3:49 PM

Enjoy food and brews in the park at Taste of Somerville

Located near Somerville’s Powderhouse Circle, Nathan Tufts Park offers an idyllic, wooded place of solace from the nearby bustle of Davis Square. However, on June 14, the 19th annual Taste of Somerville event will transform the park into a cornucopia of fine foods and craft beverages from...

Friday, June 9, 2017, 11:11 AM

Provincetown Film Festival to honor Sofia Coppola

Cinephiles won’t want to miss out on the 2017 Provincetown Film Festival. From June 14 to 18, a host of Hollywood stars and acclaimed independent flicks will take over the small Cape Cod town for this year’s festivities. Sofia Coppola, who recently received the Best Director Award at...

Thursday, June 8, 2017, 10:40 AM

Big Papi's bling gets a new home at the Museum of Fine Arts

The days of cheering on David Ortiz as he slams home runs at Fenway Park are over, but there’s new way to celebrate Big Papi’s legacy starting on Father’s Day weekend. Beginning on June 17, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston will display a trio of Ortiz’s World Series...

Wednesday, June 7, 2017, 3:51 PM

Watch centuries of Adams family history come to life

The Boston Athenæum, one of the oldest membership libraries in the nation, is making historical text come alive this week with “Four Generations of the Adams Family,” presented by the Poets’ Theatre. Written by David Gullette, Professor Emeritus at Simmons College and Literary...

Wednesday, June 7, 2017, 3:13 PM

OpinionNation puts a 'Family Feud' spin on trivia nights in Boston

When imagining a typical trivia night, many might think of a local dinner joint with a middle-aged man in the corner posing questions on an obscure baseball player from years past. Well, OpinionNation is trying to change that – big time. Popping up at establishments all around Boston,...

Monday, June 5, 2017, 2:50 PM

Make your friends walk the plank into Boston Harbor

There are some precious goods being tossed into the Boston Harbor again, but we’re not talking tea anymore. Head over to the 2nd annual Walk the Plank fundraiser on June 7 to  watch 10 nominated individuals jump off a ship Blackbeard style. Attendees who won't be making a splash can...

Monday, June 5, 2017, 11:33 AM

Grab a scoop at the 2017 Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl

Are you jonesing for some quality ice cream but can’t find an excuse for those extra calories? Head over to the 2017 Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl next week, where you can ignore the guilt knowing that all proceeds from this all-you-can-eat event will go towards cancer research. Passes, sold online...

Thursday, June 1, 2017, 1:53 PM